So well balanced: specific historic intentions and great storytelling
I so much enjoy the orchestration between the two hosts: I very much like the particularity, or maybe granularity is the better word, in the point of view of the authors/hosts. This is an ethically lucid, feminist history which regards the people who lived and worked within historically dynamic Hollywood social worlds as laborers and artists. The authors are also attentive to the needs of the listener for a coherent story-telling form for audio broadcast. They are clever and skillful in this genre of literary journalism/history.
BlueLenses via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/12/21
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Please stop over enunciating. It’s very distracting & takes away from the very fascinating material.
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